By varying the instrumentation and personnel on each selection, Herwig has succeeded in continually casting Coltrane's music in a new light. The opening and closing versions of "Blessing" have Milton Cardona vocalizing a brief prayer. All of the other music (with the exception of Mongo Santamaria's "Afro Blue") are 'Trane compositions. Herwig is well showcased, as is trumpeter Brian Lynch and most of the sidemen. The results are quite fresh, often infectious and unpredictable. A fine tribute to the flexibility of John Coltrane's 1960-64 music.
Throughout, Herwig solos flawlessly, with a sensitivity and fire that's reminiscent of the source of his tribute. Herwig's record, more than Joe Henderson's recent big-band event, sounds like a natural conclusion. The arrangements and performances work well together and the Latin environment seems a logical foundation for Coltrane's passions.
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Another Kind Of Blue: The Latin Side Of Miles Davis '2004. Land Of Shadow '2002. Unseen Universe '1999. Heart Of Darkness '1998. New York Breed '1996.
Conrad Herwig – The Latin Side of John Coltrane. Giovanni Hidalgo – Hands of Rhythm. Banda Mantiqueira – Aldeia. Carlos "Patato" Valdes – Ritmo y Candela II: African Crossroads. Conrad Herwig and the Latin Side Band – The Latin Side of Wayne Shorter. Nestor Torres – Nouveau Latino. Papo Vázquez and The Mighty Pirates – Marooned/Aislado. Bebo Valdés and Chucho Valdés.
While Half Note didn't release Conrad Herwig's Grammy-winning The Latin Side of John Coltrane in 1996, they've become the staple for his landmark Latin recordings since . Herwig's charts are intricate; they fuse the original compositions to Latin considerations; they explore the connections in both arrangement and in the freedom afforded soloists to join him in the quest.
Performer:Conrad Herwig Genre: Jazz Title: The Latin Side Of John Coltrane Released: 1996 Style: Latin Jazz MP3 version ZIP size: 1307 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1142 mb Rating: 4.3 Votes: 461 Other Formats: ADX TTA MP4 VOC VOX ADX DXD
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